Actes du symposium scientifique de la 17ème Assemblée générale de l'ICOMOS / ICOMOS' 17th General Assembly Scientific Symposium proceedings - Part IV - Session 1

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Partie 4 PDF



Thème 4 / Theme 4 - Développement et économie / The economics of development PDF

Gideon Koren


Session 1 - Que nous apprennent les études sur les retombées économiques de la mise en valeur du patrimoine ?/ What do studies teach us on the economic returns of heritage conservation?

Anne Magnant

Les retombées économiques du patrimoine culturel en France
Michèle PRATS

De l’influence d’une politique tarifaire sur le développement d’un site, Pont du Gard

Measurements and Indicators of Heritage as Development
Donovan RYPKEMA, Caroline CHEONG

Les conditions de retombées économiques favorables
Jean-Louis LUXEN

The Economics of Development in Brazilian Conservation Policy with special reference to the city of Rio de Janeiro Conservation Areas

Does Investment in the Built Fabric of Historic Towns Drive Economic Recovery?

Industrial preservation as a key to urban regeneration – Some examples over forty years and many countries
Stuart B. SMITH

The stories we tell about (places and how they define the economic trajectory of communities)

Rapport / Report
Minja Yang
Rapporteur senior

Marion Lacombe
Gabrielle Robiou
Rapporteurs juniors

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